Long Clip Hunter

February 13, 2010

Hi Folks,

Just finished this knife for a customer….with an extra long clip on cold blued blade of 1095 edge quenched steel. The blade itself measures 4 5/8″ with an O.A.L. of 10″. The customer supplied the wood…African Rosewood aka Bubinga…it’s beautifully grained with streaks of brown, black, and orange. Nickel silver fittings include a guard, butt cap, pommel nut, an a single 1/16″ lightly domed pin. There is a cold blued mild steel spacer behind the guard to balance out the blade.

Thanks for Looking,


This piece is sold!

7 Responses to “Long Clip Hunter”

  1. Anonymous said

    I am quite interesting in this topic hope you will elaborate more on it in future posts

  2. Howdy, nice day.. Your work is quite inspiring. I never imagined that it was possible to carry out something like that until after I read your write-up. You undeniably gave a great perception on exactly how this kind of whole scheme works. Ill make sure to come back for more advice. Thanks!

  3. Hogan Baker said

    It looks really super! I like this one, it really flows well.

  4. I usually don’t post in Blogs but your blog forced me to, amazing work.. lovely …

  5. Hi there – first off, been a longtime fan, but this is my first comment. I thought I might as well say thanks for posting this piece, and I’ll be back!

    • bobbywett said

      Thanks for the nice comment, I appreciate your feedback on my work. I hope to be posting more work soon.

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